Scientix promotes teaching materials from STEM research projects, and supports Europe-wide collaboration among science and maths teachers, researchers, policymakers and other professionals in STEM education.

Space Awareness is an international project for children and teenagers, striving to increase their enthusiasm and knowledge of science and technology using the exciting possibilities of space, and inspiring them to pursue a career in relation to space subjects.

The STEM Alliance – inGenious Education and industry, brings together industries, Ministries of Education and education stakeholders to promote Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education and careers to young Europeans and address anticipated future skills gaps within the European Union.

The overall objective of the SYSTEMIC project ("Say Yes to STEM In the Classroom") is to increase young Europeans' interest in maths, science, engineering and technology education and careers and to provide teachers with the appropriate pedagogical tools to enable them to teach STEM topics differently and in a more attractive way.

The TASK project aims to support secondary school teachers in assessing their students' key competences by developing a self-assessment online tool for students.

TeachUP is a policy experimentation building on the ET2020 Working Group on Schools, which highlighted the need for quality teacher education on the new role and competences of teachers throughout their career.

As part of the Better Internet for Kids (BIK) activity line, European Schoolnet coordinates the Insafe network of Safer Internet Centres (SICs) in collaboration with INHOPE (the International Association of Internet Hotlines).

The Web We Want introduces new ideas and activities about online issues, critical thinking and digital citizenship for young people and educators.

The project helped teachers to organize chemistry lessons, using the video "Chemistry: All about You" developed by the European Petrochemical Association (EPCA) in partnership with UNESCO and the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC).

The CompuThink study was designed and funded by the Joint Research Centre – Institute for Prospective Technological Studies (JRC-IPTS) of the European Commission.

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